Underage crimes are a very serious matter. When criminal accusations are made against your child or a loved one, it’s completely natural to begin worrying about how a momentary lapse in judgment could affect their future including their dreams and aspirations. Maybe your child, or a loved one, merely did “something stupid” and now he or she is under arrest. Or maybe a misunderstanding occurred, but because of the juvenile’s age and immaturity, law enforcement was able to take advantage of their vulnerability. The Law Offices of Jessica Mishali, P.A. can help bring you the peace of mind and solution that you need.
The most common crimes committed by juveniles consist of shoplifting, possession of a fake ID, disorderly conduct, traffic violations, drug charges, property destruction, assault, and battery. If your child has been charged with a crime, you need to seek the advice of an experienced juvenile criminal attorney immediately. It is important to hire an attorney who can effectively handle juvenile criminal cases in order to reduce or eliminate criminal charges placed against your child. A skilled attorney like Jessica Mishali can fight aggressively to get the criminal charge dismissed or reduced and help you and your child to avoid the serious consequences of a conviction.
While the criminal court system is designed to punish offenders, the juvenile justice system is designed to treat juvenile offenders through rehabilitation. The juvenile justice system gives broad discretion to police, judges and prosecutors in their treatment of juvenile offenders. We want to help you seek non-incarceration options and find the right treatment for your child without risking their future.
We are committed to creating effective resolutions that best fit our clients’ needs. We will use our legal resources in order to take every opportunity available to us at preserving your child’s freedom and future by protecting them from the shackles of the justice system.
If your child, or a loved one is facing criminal charges, call Jessica at (561) 833-2772 or contact us online for a consultation. It is always best to contact an attorney as early as you can to avoid any type of record that could impact your child’s bright future and protect his or her legal rights.